Well, preliminary results say that the PNM got 26 seats, UNC-A 15 and COP none.
It’s very sad.
I’m very sad.
According to the Newsday the EBC says:
Preliminary checks with the EBC also revealed that the People’s National Movement had up to 11 pm copped some 236, 420 voters, while the UNC Alliance received 103,247 votes and the Congress of the People had pulled in 119, 007.
Isn’t that sad?
That with that many votes counted (about 59% of the registered voters), COP didn’t get any seats yet they had the second highest number of votes? While the party with less votes won seats.
And Mr Panday and Mr Warner, stop blaming the COP. It is only your fault. Maybe if Mr Panday had retired gracefully people might have been willing to support UNC-A. I am sure there are many COP voters who will never vote for Panday.
And Mr Manning, maybe the only reason God put you in charge again is because he thinks we in Trinidad & Tobago deserve no better than you.
Edit: Shelly on CNC3 said the EBC said it was about 299k PNM, 194k UNC-A and 148k COP.